Hand-crafted Video

“People are very into small, hand-crafted. They’re used to seeing it in their neighbourhood.”

– Harley Smith, Longwood Brewery

It’s really satisfying working with people who love what they do. Thanks to Ginger and the Okanagan Fest of Ale team for inviting us to be part of the 2017 event.

The Okanagan Fest of Ale was established in 1996 making it one of the largest and longest running annual beer festivals in the Pacific Northwest.

Operating as a non-profit society, managed by a volunteer Board of Directors, the Okanagan Fest of Ale Society hosts an annual Consumer Craft Beer and Cider Tasting that functions to support and promote the growing world of quality craft brewery products, promote local tourism and support charitable organizations within the Regional District of the Okanagan-Similkameen.

As of October 2016, $577,660 in net proceeds has been gifted back to qualifying registered charities.

Social Media Workshop | BC Association of Farmers’ Markets

We’re hosting a social media workshop at the BC Farmers’ Markets Conference in March.

Visual Social Media: Creating Compelling Content

Visual Social Media

BCAFM

Our hands-on workshop will focus on creating professional social media content that engages and informs your audience.

We’ll also show examples of social media content we’ve created for the Penticton Farmers’ Market.

Learn more about Erick & Erick 

Learn more about the workshop list

BCAFM Conference & AGM

ET2media is a communications company specializing in video production.

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We give small businesses an edge. We create professional and affordable videos that help you connect with your audience. We specialize in news-style, training and educational videos that accurately reflect your brand or event. We provide professional expertise on the concept, execution and distribution of your video. We also offer social media and branding support services.

“ET2media was a pleasure to work with, professional and expert in the development

of our outreach needs.”

-Bryn White, South Okanagan-Similkameen Conservation Program Manager

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